Eco-Friendly Home Décor Options That Don’t Stand Out

You don’t have to be a pretentious snob or a hippie to want to include a few eco-friendly decorations into your home. Not all such options break the bank or look kitschy. Some are actually stylish without actually emphasizing their eco-friendly nature.

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Rope lamps and light fixtures in general and quite trendy these days. They provide you with the perfect opportunity to have an organic rope accessory for the home which looks stylish and unique without actually making it seem like you’re trying too hard to be eco-friendly.

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Similarly, a lot of bamboo interior design features can add a green and sustainable touch to a home. For example, a bamboo ladder can become a lovely accessory for the bathroom. Besides being eco-friendly, it will also look very charming.

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Another option is to recycle nature and transform a fallen tree into a beautiful and unique piece of furniture. Tree stump coffee tables are an excellent example in this sense.

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And in terms of lighting fixtures, there are multiple options. Chandeliers and pendant lamps can be made of things like repurposed bottles, rope and other things and some don’t even have that obvious DIY look some don’t like.

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A beautiful idea is to invite nature into your home. An indoor garden, for example, can be just what you need and a great opportunity to opt for eco-friendly planters. You can make them yourself using things like concrete blocks or pallets.

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Small decorations and accessories also matter and there are tons of interesting eco-friendly ideas. For example, you can use empty egg shells to make your own candle votives.

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A simple and efficient way to infuse your home with eco-friendly charm is through wallpaper. Eco-friendly wallpaper is a great option. And unless you want everyone to know it, you can keep this little detail to yourself.